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Množina reči positron je positrons.
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An elementary particle with positive charge; interaction of a positron and an electron results in annihilation; SYN. antielectron.
The antiparticle of the electron.
An elementary particle with a positive electric charge, but in other respects identical with an electron.
Positively charged atomic particle of same mass as electron, emitted by transuranic elements and found in cosmic rays.
In physics, the antiparticle of the electron; an elementary particle having the same magnitude of mass and charge as an electron but exhibiting a positive charge. The positron was discovered in 1932 by us physicist Carl Anderson at Caltech, us, its existence having been predicted by the British physicist Paul Dirac 1928.